A man whose girlfriend and unborn kid ended up fatally struck by an Indianapolis police patrol car or truck near an I-465 onramp last year is suing the driving officer for damages in federal courtroom.

Marcus Lewis Jr. submitted the lawsuit in Southern District of Indiana court from Indianapolis officer Jonathan Henderson and the Metropolis of Indianapolis just times right after the one-calendar year anniversary of the tragedy.

In the lawsuit, Lewis Jr.’s lawyers allege that Henderson was driving 33 mph around the speed limit and made an illegal lane transform times right before he hit 23-yr-old Ashlynn Lisby.

“If a civilian drove this recklessly and killed two people today, that human being would possible deal with felony charges,” attorney Stephen Wagner explained in a information launch. “That person would also get rid of his or her position if driving a motor vehicle for an employer at the time of the accident.”